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Sub-Regional Workshop on land-use planning and industrial safety for Eastern Europe and the Caucasus‎

Sub-Regional Workshop on land-use planning and industrial safety for Eastern Europe and the Caucasus‎

22 May (10:00) - 24 May (18:00) 2019
Chisinau Moldova

Agenda ENG RUS

The workshop was held in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova from 8.30am on Wednesday 22nd May until 1pm on 24th May.

The workshop was jointly organized by the UNECE Industrial Accidents Convention and the UNECE Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management, with contributions by the government of Flanders (Belgium) and the Republic of Moldova. It was organized thanks to financing provided by the Ministry of the Ecological and Inclusive Transition of France. The workshop brought together experts in land-use planning, industrial safety, environmental assessment and related fields from countries of Eastern Europe and the Caucasus (including representatives of authorities, industry, NGOs and academia) to share experiences and good practices on the topic of : coordination of land-use planning and industrial safety procedures and cooperation between the relevant experts for industrial accident prevention, including in a transboundary context.

A video on The benefits of enhanced cooperation between land-use planning and industrial safety, produced by UNECE and Zoi Environment Network, was launched in Russian at the workshop, and is also available in English.

Please see the newspiece on strengthening coordination of land-use planning and industrial safety in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus with the help on UNECE tools.

List of Participants

Photos

Notification template ENG  RUS

Key conclusions  ENG  RUS

Materials for the Practical Exercise with a Role Play ENG  RUS, the Land Use Plans ENG  RUS, the Presentation by the Moderators ENG, the Practical Exercise Conclusions ENG and the Evaluation Summary ENG

 

Presentations Organization/Country ENG RUS
  • Session 1 — Setting the scene: coordination between land-use planning and industrial safety
Objectives, conclusions from previous seminars and linkages with Agenda 2030 and New Urban Agenda UNECE PDF  
Key topics and recommendations from the UNECE publication Guidance on Land-Use Planning, the Siting of Hazardous Activities, and related Safety Aspects, and introductory video UNECE PDF  
  • Session 2A — Exchange of experiences and good practices: implementation of and integration between land-use planning and industrial safety in the framework of the SDGs implementation presentation by 3 countries
The experience of the Republic of Moldova REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA   PDF
The experience of Armenia ARMENIA   PDF
The experience of Georgia GEORGIA PDF  
  • Session 2B — Exchange of experiences and good practices: implementation of and integration between land-use planning and industrial safety in the framework of the SDGs implementation, presentations by 3 countries
The experience of Azerbaijan AZERBAIJAN   PDF
The experience of Belarus BELARUS   PDF
The experience of Ukraine UKRAINE   PDF
  • Session 3 — Exchange of experiences and good practices by international experts on land-use planning and industrial safety, including transboundary cooperation
   
Comparison of spatial planning between different countries GOVERNMENT OF FLANDERS, BELGIUM PDF  
The Industrial Accidents Convention's ACP and transboundary cooperation in the Danube Delta

UNECE

ICS DANUBE LOGISTICS SRL, REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA
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Land-use planning around existing hazardous facility NORWEGIAN DIRECTORATE CIVIL PROTECTION, NORWAY PDF  
Intervention to spatial plans regarding industrial safety measures for planned future developments in areas with hazardous industrial facilities MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, REPUBLIC OF SERBIA PDF PDF
Planning the development of the Andash mine STATE COMMITTEE FOR INDUSTRY, ENERGY AND SUBSOIL USE, KYRGZYSTAN   PDF
  • Conclusions of the workshop and next steps
   
Key conclusions of the workshop UNECE PDF  

 For any queries, please contact the consultants to the UNECE secretariat, Ms. Rebecca Wardle (rebecca.wardle@un.org) who substantively organized the activity, or Ms. Zhanara Kulanchiyeva (zhanara.kulanchieyeva@graduateinstitute.ch) who supported the Russian-speaking correspondence and engagement. Please write to ece-teia.conv@un.org for any administrative queries or matters in English.